Emotions not only makes the environment uncomfortable, but also will have an impact on physical health. Pressing and holding the anger will lead to anxiety, stress, headaches and even high blood pressure.
To avoid this, you should do some practical steps below to control your anger.
1. When you feel angry, try taking a deep breath slowly. Perform a count of one to ten. Relax your mind for a moment into a more positive direction into you, and say “everything will be fine”.
2. Other activities that can reduce anger is to imagine yourself in the position of others. This will help you to understand their actions.
3. Watching humor when frustrated can lower emotional atmosphere.
4. Certain sports such as kickboxing also may be an alternative way to channel your irresistible anger, if you do not want it to interfere with your social relationships.Tagged with: Anger, anger management, control anger,